Puppies Hiding Under Dangerous Landfill Equipment Flee From Rescuers

It takes a lot to shock sanitation technicians, especially those working in massive city landfills. But when the foreman of a landfill outside St. Louis, Missouri, spotted three tiny puppies hiding beneath a dangerous piece of equipment, he knew it was more than he could handle. He contacted Stray Rescue of St. Louis, who responded … Read more

Vet MP makes ‘breed and deed’ calls to Government on dangerous dogs

MP Neil Hudson has called on the Government to deliver an evidence-based policy that considers “breed and deed” for protecting people and animals from dangerous dogs. At a debate held by Christina Rees, MP for Neath, Dr Hudson – who, as MP for Penrith and The Border, is the only vet in the House of … Read more

Vet urges MPs to join dangerous dogs debate

A vet is making a last ditch appeal for her professional colleagues to lobby their MPs ahead of a parliamentary debate on the Dangerous Dogs Act. The debate will take place on 6 June after a petition calling for the Government to repeat breed specific provisions in dangerous dogs legislation reached more than 100,000 signatures. … Read more

Is rapeseed really dangerous to dogs?

Rapeseed (Brassica napus subsp. Napus), also known as oilseed rape or rape, is a bright-yellow flowering member of the Brassicaceae family (mustard or cabbage family). Rapeseed is cultivated mainly for its oil-rich seed.

This time of year, rapeseed makes up fields full of beautiful yellow flowers. It can be tempting to want to allow your pets to run through it. But should you let them?

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Research Shows Many People Are Handling Dog Food In Dangerous Ways

We all have a routine for feeding our dogs. Most dog parents like to find a fast and efficient way for preparing their dog’s meals. However, a recent study from North Carolina State University showed that the way many dog ​​parents handle dog food could be unhealthy for humans and canines. Fewer than 5% of … Read more